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July 2011 Net Worth Update–Great Month Edition

Usually I combine my net worth updates with some sort small complaint I have, but June was an amazing month for me both personally and financially.  In June 2011: My son was Baptized The Wife turned 31 The Wife and I had our 3 year anniversary Paid off my Auto Loan (one of my objectivesContinue Reading

June 2011 Net Worth Update

This past month was a pretty good month for Evan’s household.  I received my tax refund and my side businesses really took off towards the end of the month.  I will fully admit that this month my partner rocked it out – most months we are about even on revenue but in May he killedContinue Reading

May Net Worth Update Fan of American Express Edition

Between a combination of my side business income and market forces this was a pretty good month for my household.  On January 18, 2011 I decided to start a new way to track my net worth.  I created a private spreadsheet and zeroed out my net worth. By starting at Zero, I can share myContinue Reading

The There is No Good or Bad Debt April Net Worth Update

Net Worth Update On January 18, 2011 I decided to start a new way to track my net worth.  I created a private spreadsheet and zeroed out my net worth.  This way I can share my progress each month, going forward without revealing how much is in my savings account, 401(k), etc. What assets amContinue Reading

Do You Know Your Net Worth?

Measuring financial progress is essential when trying to improve your financial situation, yet if you have no benchmark to measure your progress against then how do you know how well you are progressing? Using your net worth is a great quick and easy way of how you can do this. What does net worth mean?Continue Reading

The Don’t Complain About Money If You Do This February Net Worth Update

Net Worth Update On January 18, 2011 I decided to start a new way to track my net worth.  I created a private spreadsheet and zeroed out my net worth.  This way I can share my progress each month, going forward without revealing how much is in my savings account, 401(k), etc. What assets amContinue Reading